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The RPAC was well represented at several meets last week. They were spread out between the Lexington Invite which took place on September 6th, Chase County Invite on September 8th, and the Broken Bow Invite on September 10th.

See the results from each meet below.

Lexington Invite

  • Alma: The Cardinals had a good meet placing 4th as a team with 102 points. They were led by Griffin Stemper who came across the line in 13th with a time of 19:57.1. For the girls, Harper Fennel just missed placing coming in 17th with a time of 26:06.1.

  • Arapahoe: Arapahoe was paced by Campbell Schutz who placed 24th with a time of 24:57.7. As a team, the Warriors placed 5th with 140 points. For the girls, River Einspahr placed 25th with a time of 27:32.7.

  • Southern Valley: Southern Valley was paced by Isaac Hamilton who came across the in 22:16.9 earning him 32nd. On the girls side, the Eagles used team work and came across in a pack. Leading the way was Camden Wright in 35th (33:44.0), Laurel Stadler in 36th (35:42.3), and Madalyn Schoen in 37th (36:23.0).

Chase County Invite

  • Bertrand-Loomis: On this fast paced course, Marcus Hernandez led the pack for the Wolfkings finishing 4th (18:03.0). As a team, the Wolfkings finished 3rd with 72 points. For the girls, Aislin Kidder came across the line in 32nd (26:27.9) and teammate Logan Schutz was right behind her in 34th (26:47.8). As a team, the girls finished 7th with 102 points.

  • Cambridge: Gavin Gunderson paced the Trojans and finished 38th with a time of 21:03.2. The team finished 10th with 161 points. For the girls, Brenna Deterding placed 5th (21:43.8) and Rachel Harris finished 11th (22:56.5). As a team, they finished 6th with 75 points.

  • Dundy County Stratton: Lizabeth Cardoza had another nice outing for the Tigers as she finished 18th with a time of 25:09.3.

  • Hitchcock County: Kade Thiessen set the pace for the Falcons as he punched in 46th place with a time of 21:34.3. The team finished 9th with 158 points. For the girls, Calista Carney and Bailey Hidy worked together and came across the line 29th and 30th with times of 26:20.7 and 26:25.4 respectively. The team finished 8th with 110 points.

  • Maywood-Hayes Center: Victoria Deaver finished with a time of 27:20.9 which earned her 41st.

  • Southwest: Cole Barnett had a good day as he finished in 18th place with a time of 19:10.8.

  • Paxton: Rylin Johns paced the Tigers as he finished 8th with a time of 18:15.7. The team finished 7th with 122 points.

  • Wallace: The Wildcats had a great day for both boys and girls. For the boys, Trey Robertson was in a battle with Jarrett Miles from North Platte St. Pat's until the very end. It was Trey who crossed the line first earning him the meet Champion and a new school record of 16:26.7. On the girls side, Ashley Robertson who is Trey's sister, finished in 4th place with a time of 21:35.5 which also is a new school record. Also placing for the Wildcats were Dajana Garrison placed 7th (22:03.9) and Ryleigh Hanson placed 12th (23:16.2).

Broken Bow Invite

  • Maxwell: Dallas Beegle led the way for the boys as he finished 65th with a time of 20:22.5. For the girls, Keiliah Curtis paced the way finishing in 25:05. As a team, the Wildcats finished in 11 with 191 points.

  • Medicine Valley: Kael Garrett paced the Raiders finishing in 20th with a time of 18:27.9. As a team, the Raiders finished 10th with 200 points. For the girls, Paige Hollers finished 86th with a time of 31:32.63.




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